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  • 1. 14 th - 15 th C. Europe The creation of the Modern States
  • 2. 14 th Century
    • Crisis all over Europe
    • Climate Change that caused periodic famines.
    • The Black Death
      • 70 million people died in 14 th century
      • 40 million people died in 15 th century
      • Wages of laborers increased.
    • Popular Uprisings
      • Because of an increasing gap between the wealthy and the poor.
  • 3. Popular Uprisings
    • They spread all over Europe
    • Irmandiño Wars
    • Rebellion of the Remences
    • Conflict between “La Biga” and “La Busca”
    • The “Jacquerie” in France
    • Wat Tyler's Rebellion in England also called: The Peasants Revolt.
    • The Peasant Revolt in Flanders.
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  • 6. The Hundred Years’ War
    • It was a series of wars that took place in the 14 th -15 th centuries (1337-1453 ).
    • The main cause was a dynastic conflict when the king Charles IV (the last king of the dynasty Capeto) died without descendants.
    • Edward III of England claimed for the crown
    • Philip VI, king of France (new dynasty Valois) attacked the possessions of Edward.
  • 7.
    • England occupied a great part of France.
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    • France is going to receive the help of a Saint: Joan of Arc. Who will encourage the people to fight against the invaders and recover Orleans.
  • 9.
    • Joan of Arc will be captured, judged in an religious court and accused of heresy.
    • She was condemned to be burn at the stake.
    • France will ultimately win the war and expel the English in 1453.
  • 10.
    • France and England will suffer a suffer many consequences from this war:
      • A lot of people died.
      • The kings went in bankrupt.
      • The lands were abandoned
      • Crops were very poor. This caused hunger and starvation.
  • 11. The War of the Roses (15 th c.)
    • It was a Dynastic Conflict between two dynastic lines.
    The white rose of the House of York The red rose of the House of Lancaster
  • 12.
    • The final victory went to a relatively remote Lancastrian descendant:
    • Henry Tudor , who married Elizabeth of York (the daughter of the late Yorkist king Edward IV).
    • This reconciled the two factions and founded the House of Tudor , which ruled England and Wales for 117 years. (The last Monarch will be Elizabeth I)
    The Rose of the House of Tudor